DEVELOP


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DEVELOPDigital Earth Virtual Environment and Learning Outreach Project (NASA)
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He was much more apt, consequently, than other men to develop the idea of a national telephone system.
I am persuaded in my own mind that the people have always thought right on this subject, and that their universal and uniform attachment to the cause of the Union rests on great and weighty reasons, which I shall endeavor to develop and explain in some ensuing papers.
The serf, in the period of serfdom, raised himself to membership in the commune, just as the petty bourgeois, under the yoke of feudal absolutism, managed to develop into a bourgeois.
The thews of the sire had been transmitted to the son--it needed only the hardening of use to develop them.
The fever of war that would presently clog vein and artery, deaden nerve and destroy brain, had still to develop.
It is a good example, gentlemen, and I will develop it.
Most decidedly," said he, "men are not equal, and I must beg my father to develop this theorem in the Chamber of Peers.
em from getting too close, or to develop 'em, or something.
But when the ambitious designs of his leader began to develop themselves, he quitted the army of the Parliament, and sought a refuge from the strife, which was no longer holy, among the people of his persuasion in the colony of Massachusetts.
At present, in consequence of the existence of private property, a great many people are enabled to develop a certain very limited amount of Individualism.
Bid a boy defy his father when the pantomime-cab is at the door, or a girl develop a will of her own when her mother is putting the last touches to the first ball-dress, but do not ask an Irish regiment to embark upon mutiny on the eve of a campaign, when it has fraternised with the native regiment that accompanies it, and driven its officers into retirement with ten thousand clamorous questions, and the prisoners dance for joy, and the sick men stand in the open calling down all known diseases on the head of the doctor, who has certified that they are "medically unfit for active service.
Hunsden rose: "I see," said he; "I suppose you're one of those who develop best unwatched, and act best unaided-work your own way.